HomeBlogEmpty vessel makes noise: Ed Miliband’s welfare cuts speech unravelled
  • Mary Jackson June 7, 2013 at 11:30 am

    Look the simple choice is this, Do people want David Cameron in as prime Minster for another five years, ( in which case this country is finshed) Or Ed Milliband, where there is some hope, that things may be better, In a FPTP system that is your choice, Now I want a socialist Labour government, ( I would also like to win the lottery) both of which is never going to happen, untill the voting system is changed to PR, I say give Labour a chance, it’s that or see the country go down the plughole under Cameron

    • Tom Webster June 7, 2013 at 12:19 pm

      While I can agree that, on a spectrum of maliciousness, Cameron et al are worse than Miliband, there are more options than accepting the lesser evil. We have a responsibility to spend the time before the next election making it clear to Labour that they have failed to provide sufficient opposition to the coalition, that there is an expectation for Labour to provide much more than Tory-lite and that not everyone has been taken in by the neo-con press. That involves demos, contacting MPs and MSPs and working to make our voice heard. ‘Giving Labour a chance’ is insufficient when they think a different rhetoric on similar policies is sufficient difference.

      • Mary Jackson June 10, 2013 at 2:42 pm

        I agree with you, but simply not voting, Or voting for one of the smaller party’s is not an option as it let’s the Tories in under FPTP, ( No matter what Nigel Farage tells you) I want the Tories gone, and there is only one party that will get rid of them and that is Labour

    • terryindorset June 7, 2013 at 3:09 pm

      Are you serious or just living on another planet Mary? New Labour & Gordon Brown especially worshipped the banks & they brought the economy crashing down…..for goodness sake, STOP VOTING for any of them. How else can we teach the bastards a lesson they cannot ignore?

      • Mary Jackson June 7, 2013 at 4:06 pm

        I am not living on another planet, but it seems you are, When labour left office we had a modest Growth, ( Thanks to Alistair Darling) As soon as the Tories took over George Osbourne set about thrashing it, You may not like to admit it but those are the facts,

        • justin thyme June 7, 2013 at 8:27 pm

          you’re delusional Mary

          • hugosmum70 June 7, 2013 at 10:28 pm

            shes not. shes using her brain. when you have finished trashing people for their opinions maybe you can tell me if you are doing anything practical about all these gripes of yours. i,e. are you going to London tomorrow to take part in the IF campaign against hunger. its going on all week. not voting will get you precisely nowhere. it will just keep the cons in power. you want more of what they’ve given us so far? then carry on.i for one dont. and i know of hundreds of others who dont. you arent for others. you arent for those already homeless, destitute, with no money, and whose health is deteriorating because of it, you cant be or you wouldnt be rubbishing the only party we have who can help. you talk of only voting for someone you can trust, and who might that be? because while i could trust milliband up to a point, i couldnt trust balls as far as i could throw him. his wife yes but not him.have met him. hes smarmy and promises all sorts then doesnt deliver. so come on tell us. who are you going to put your trust in?
            theres nothing wrong with edging bets and hoping the one you vote for will do whats right. thats all we have ever been able to do.

          • Mary Jackson June 9, 2013 at 9:56 am

            So a growth of 1.5% is being delusional,? these are the governments own figures, Don’t take my word for it, Google it, (If you dare) Or is it far easier to stick your head in the sand,?

  • hugosmum70 June 7, 2013 at 12:05 pm

    Mary Jackson is right. we already know what cameron and his lot are capable of (though i suspect there is worse to come from their maggotty brains yet). Milliband is not Blair, totally different person, with different ideas. which to me sound better than what we’ve got. nothing is going to be perfect because you cannot please all the people all of the time. in a country that is increasingly now eroding ALL but the millionaire classes, where millions of people are now being affected in one way or another (I have seen how people have changed from being tories shouting about skivers etc to angry people because THEY HAVE FINALLY BEEN AFFECTED in one way or another. watch Facebook. its happening all the time.) UKIP are just another offshoot of the conservatives with even more cruel ideas. lib dens are finished as a party. we only have labour so we will have to rely on milliband getting in in 2015 and keeping to what he says while stopping the worst of the austerity cuts where he can, if only until he can tackle each of them. he cannot be expected to tackle allll the cuts at once. doing so much so quickly as the libcondems have done has led to even them not really having a clue as to what they’ve done ,when .,how etc. he will have to tackle each thing properly and come up with a good alternative that wont throw people out of their homes, into work when ill/too disabled etc. it WILL be a tough job but if we support him . (and he doesn’t forget his own roots) i am sure that within the following 2 years we will see some changes that are good and dont take away human dignity and rights.

    • justin thyme June 7, 2013 at 8:31 pm

      the ‘New Labour’ party have already enabled the removal of our dignity and rights. It will be New Labour policy to continue the oppression of disabled people, the poor and unemployed – they have already pledged not to remove the ‘bedroom tax’ and reduce the welfare bill. You obviously believe the propaganda – you talk rubbish

      • hugosmum70 June 7, 2013 at 10:03 pm

        @ justin thyme….do i really, well to me its common sense. and yes i do believe him. got no one else TO believe in.and God only knows we have to believe him if we want this lot out. no good relying on smaller parties., they wont get enough votes.,,, and anyway for one its not NEW labour., that was blairs labour party not millibands. 2. he HAS said he will stop the bedroom tax. on several occasions. first time in worcester . a while ago. and i do not talk rubbish. its common sense. he is not tony blair.,. he is untried .=you cannot say he will do this or that if hes not said anything bout it. your surmising on what blair and brown led labour did and would do. unless you are a mind reader you cannot know what hes going to do. and i doubt you are that.he has never said he wont repeal the bedroom tax/ what he has said is he will reverse what he can but as he nor anyone knows the extent that the cons will go to before 2015 he cannot say what or if he will repeal anything. also whatever he says he will do, the cons will do anything they can to stop him doing it.even changing the laws. so hes better off keeping his mouth shut till nearer the time. sounds to me like people are so fickle, they will jump on anything no matter what it is, just to have a go at him.
        and if we are not to believe him, who the hell DO we believe? because all the rest of the big parties are liars.proven ones.

        • terryindorset June 9, 2013 at 11:55 am

          I’ve just read this & am stunned that you believe anything any politician, or any other functionary connected with any arm of government, says. Living thus far has taught me that they’re all liars, thieves & cheats, with their hands & snouts in the public money trough, waiting for it to be replenished by the gullible taxpayer. They ALL enter ‘public life’ for personal enrichment & for no other reason.

          • hugosmum70 June 9, 2013 at 4:04 pm

            well. if i didn’t believe there was at least one politician we could believe in, i might as well go and join the other 73 or more who commit suicide per week because what they believed and their whole lives were taken away from them till they felt there was nothing to go on for.
            what about Michael Meacher for instance? if any politician was on our side he surely must be. i get his emails every night. each one tackling a different subject that is oppressing the British people. or the majority of them, in one way or another.and on each occasion he is talking about how its affecting one group of people or another.
            you talk as if there is nothing left to believe in. and in all MY years, i have never given up hope that things could get better.i have no way of knowing how old you are terry but you cant beat my age by THAT many years.and you dont get to my age without learning one thing. where there’s no hope there’s no life.so we have to have hope that someone who is untested may just get us out of this mess. its a sure fire thing that the libs/cons or UKIP (tory boys) will not do it.

  • Humanity2012 June 7, 2013 at 12:40 pm

    It is an Utter Outrage the Price Hikes on the Cost of Food in an Economic Crisis

    Price Hikes of 50%Increase and a Quarter Decrease in Portion Amount of Food are Not Ethical and Need to be Banned.

    We Need Price Controls upon the Maximum Cost of Food.

    All too Often people are paying for Packaging and Not Actual Food.

    Best Wishes Naomi


  • Humanity2012 June 7, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    Indeed it is a Cause of Impoverishment the Continual Price
    Hikes in the Cost of Food

    Question is when it will be Stopped ?

  • Humanity2012 June 7, 2013 at 12:45 pm

    What is the Bloody Point of an Opposition if they do Not
    Provide either Choice or Opposition

    We Need a Better Opposition than this Present Bunch of Dummies

    Redistribution of Wealth from Rich to Poor than the Continual
    Oppression of the Poor

    We Need the Vulnerable to be Protected Not Victimised

    Cap MPS Salaries and Expenses Not Welfare

  • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 7, 2013 at 1:15 pm

    No one has said they are going to bring back Legal Aid & Travel Passes for the disabled.

    • hugosmum70 June 7, 2013 at 10:06 pm

      wasn’t aware that travel passes had been stopped for the disabled. when did this happen? i still have mine AND its being accepted on the buses.i use a disabled one not a pensioners and its for a companion too.

      • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 8, 2013 at 11:49 am

        Not sure if the disabled travel passes have stopped yet or will. They were talking about stopping them. That will be next tho.

        • hugosmum70 June 8, 2013 at 12:21 pm

          yes they WERE talking about stopping them along with the annual fuel payment to pensioners but i think it was shelved till after 2015 to keep their promise to pensioners not to touch their benefits. but they have said will not keep to that if they get in next time.(not that their promises are worth jack s**t of course.

  • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 7, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    Define the Word `Poverty`labour.

  • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 7, 2013 at 1:35 pm

    There won`t be another elected government for decades. It will all be colition governments. Next Con/Lab.

  • GEOFF REYNOLDS June 7, 2013 at 1:37 pm

    Equality is a marvelous thing…
    Its a word that means totally nothing, pie in the sky a pipe dream..
    Feel sorry for the Queen though!
    So soon after she put her monicker on the Welfare Reform Act that re-invents pestilence,drudgery,depression and even death on us mere plebs, she has been faced with hubby going into hospital for an exploratory operation….
    Equality meant no waiting lists, no cancelled appointments, no queueing at surgery, no waiting outside in an ambulance, no waiting in accident and emergency, no trips to other health authorities because of lack of beds etc etc…
    Some may deem it luck or fortune, i deem it vile and disgusting at every level.
    I have donated blood,paid taxes and national insurance, but i know my place in society……….
    I am nothing,never will be anything and personally proud to be like this.
    Blue blood is in short supply, mine would never do. Anyway, it almost certainly contains peasant traits, the sign of a bad upbringing, a life of eating the wrong things and mixing in the wrong circles……………..
    Not seen the lady in the crown in Asda recently. Surely she must recognise me?
    I’m the guy looking on the out of date,reduced counter. Even the corgi’s would’nt eat some of the things i buy……..

    Equality, a word without meaning?

    …………..and as for the Labour Party, it’s ok, i know my station in life, exactly at the bottom of the totem pole of life. The very place you want to keep me…………………

  • Trevor June 7, 2013 at 1:39 pm

    When is it going to dawn on credulous Labour supporting posters that their philosophy of better Ed than Dave is a false choice? Voting for the lesser evil (Labour) over something worse (Tories/LibDems) is no solution; indeed it’s debatable whether “blue” Labour is any more progressive than the nasty ol’ Conservatives since they’re increasingly indistinguishable.

    The only remedy is the abolition of the rotten economic system (capitalism) that creates such misery and suffering, and its replacement by a sane alternative (socialism, in its original sense before it was corrupted beyond all recognition by the likes of reformist parties such as Labour, and, far worse, so-called “communist” outfits: namely the Bolsheviks and their offshoots, Trotskyism, Stalinism, Maoism, etc).

    Until then, things are going to steadily deteriorate for the poorest as our political masters have decided welfare states are now surplus to requirements and can be safely dispensed with.

    • terryindorset June 7, 2013 at 3:16 pm

      Well said Trevor but my advice is to stop voting altogether & then see what they’ll do. I’m so pee’d off with the lot of them that I stopped voting 3 yrs ago. That Mad Miliband was the decision point for me…..

      • Mary Jackson June 7, 2013 at 4:19 pm

        So you stopped voting,? Wow that’s really going to change thing’s, You are playing right in to the Tories hands, by not voting, May i make a suggestion,? If you are not happy with the voting system, stand as a MP and fight to change things, Or is it easier to just moan,

        • terryindorset June 7, 2013 at 5:33 pm

          I loathe the lot of the lying crooks & I’ll only vote for people who are trustworthy.
          Voting just encourages them….are you really that gullible?

        • justin thyme June 7, 2013 at 8:34 pm

          As if voting means anything – a corrupt system upholding a corrupt constitution – what choice is there in the real world???? mary you need to take a rest in a darkened room and then see a therapist

        • FrankieP June 8, 2013 at 6:27 am

          To assume and preach that people have a moral responsibility to vote when no one is representing them is akin to expecting a diabetic to pick from the dessert menu.

          Also, it’s just as undemocratic as people not having the vote at all. I abstain because I will not be complicit.

          The lower the turnout, the less authority the government has (whichever one it is), and the political class ignore that at their peril.

          • hugosmum70 June 8, 2013 at 11:39 am

            @ FrankieP….and isn’t that exactly WHY we have this terrible coalition government doing so much evil in this country? the polls 2 years ago were a low turn out. it didn’t help that SOMEONE SOMEWHERE (rumoured to be david cameron) had a good number of polling stations closed down early leaving queues of fuming people stood outside…. fuming at not being allowed to vote.
            this is the only way the conservatives got in/ because clegg went on their side. if we dont vote then the tories will get in again. we have to stop that no matter what. we have no option but to trust milliband. think its time people stopped casting doubt in other peoples minds with all this supposition of what milliband will do when no one knows WHAT he will do. the cons /libs all told us what they were going to do and whats happened? completely the opposite. but that was to be expected they are millionaires living in cloud cuckoo and never never land combined. haven’t a clue about anyone not on the rich list. they ARE tried and tested and found very much wanting.whereas milliband is not tried and tested and has known genuine poverty. went to ordinary schools until he was lucky enough to get to university. as loads of ordinary kids do every year. would you continue to back a horse that never won a race? course you wouldn’t …if you had any sense. but you might back an outsider with something going for it. and if you think that’s all rubbish then your the ones that are mental.

  • GEOFF REYNOLDS June 7, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    I agree with both of you, why vote for something that does not represent the views that we hold………..

    Well said lads….

    When the proverbial, hits the fan, they will have only one thing to blame, themselves

  • bobchewie June 7, 2013 at 7:18 pm

    ‘workless’ sounds a bit like ‘worthless’….is thats how Ed sees them? you know them, the people with dark curtains drawn and are only homeless because they are all druggies and are there by choice and sickness is a lifestyle choice isnt it? it must be the Daily Hate tells us so..this is just more of the same old bullshit and lies from the ‘big three’….

  • bobchewie June 7, 2013 at 7:43 pm

    i posted on Eds speech yesterday and used to google + discus thing to identify myself..today i thought i would add this BTC link and it correctly identified , I went to post it and got this..

    “You do not have permission to post on this thread” wow!

    so is Ed and the labour party getting touchy now???

  • bobchewie June 7, 2013 at 8:23 pm

    just to prove it heres the screenie i took :

    “you do not have permission to post on this thread”


    • hugosmum70 June 9, 2013 at 3:53 pm

      no one was doubting you Bob.

      • bobchewie June 10, 2013 at 8:08 pm

        @hugosmum i just posted that there seesm to be counter blogs now….so what with the MSM now we have this shit..

  • Prola Tariat June 7, 2013 at 8:48 pm

    He cant be serious,he must have got his speech mixed up with Camerons script writer, unless hes found a sense of humour and its all just a big joke ?

    • terryindorset June 7, 2013 at 9:35 pm

      Yes it’s a joke. It’s all a big joke. The joke is the crooks have their hands in the trough & we keep filling the trough up…….the joke’s on us taxpayers & the vast majority don’t care.

  • disabled-dave June 8, 2013 at 7:34 am

    Bloody hell! I managed to find one sensible sentence:

    “Today, people often don’t get paid enough in work to make ends meet. And the taxpayer is left picking up the bill for low pay. We must change our economy, so that welfare is not a substitute for good employment and decent jobs.”

    As I have posted before on this site, if you take out the old age pensions, 75% of welfare benefits go to people in work, and the reason people in work need the benefits is because the employers do not pay a living wage. So the poor old tax-payer ends up having to subsidise a company’s wage bill.

    The simple solution is to have a minimum wage sufficiently high that people in work would get enough to live on so they don’t need benefits in order to survive. This would result in a 75% drop in non-pension benefits AND make sure that working always pays more than benefits.

    Plus of course these people would then be paying more tax on their higher wages so tax income would go up, and they would be spending the extra wages which would get the economy moving. End of problem.

    So why have we still got the problem?

    • hugosmum70 June 9, 2013 at 3:51 pm

      that of course is IF employers will pay more. if its made compulsory whats to say they wont cut their workforce instead of their profits? the money has to come from somewhere. that in turn will throw more people out of work. can see where your thinking lies but it really is swings and roundabouts. too many greedy sods at the top of these businesses. thats why so many joined in with workfare. workers for nothing. they, the bosses, must have thought their ships had all come home at once.

      • bobchewie June 9, 2013 at 4:00 pm

        @hugosmum but you see theres a ‘weakness in the benefit system’ according to a judge and daily hatemail that allows fraudsters to exploit . This despite atos . Benefit fraud squad and jcp sanctions.

        • hugosmum70 June 9, 2013 at 6:56 pm

          well we all know by now that that weakness represents only 0.05% of benefit claimants. while other “benefit” fraud is committed to the tune of many more billions by those in power.IDS charging gods amount for a USB lead he could have got from pound-land, for ….well £1.. the breakfasts costing as much as if not more than a weeks shopping for a single person. dont think i need to go on. we all know all the ways that ministers take from the tax payer. am wondering though where that comes into whether bosses will pay a bigger minimum wage if its brought in,without making some of their workforce redundant??? how would fraudsters exploiting the system have anything to do with the bosses (who are in full time work or at least reaping the rewards from their emporiums/factories etc)refusing to pay a new minimum wage thus leading to people losing their jobs?

  • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 8, 2013 at 11:55 am

    A 23% turn-out or less for a general election is meaningless. The rhetoric the country has spoken [not the 23%] but the 77% has spoken by not voting. 23% turn-out for another coalition government Con/Lab. 77% of the nation has spoken by not voting. Makes politics a farse.

    • hugosmum70 June 8, 2013 at 12:25 pm

      they,the 77%, might have spoken by their silence, but it didn’t stop the lib dems getting in did it? if you dont tell them verbally or in writing, they are too dumb to understand that 77% of the electorate dont want them in.they are blinkered to that.

  • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 8, 2013 at 12:36 pm

    Voting don`t mean nothing just coalitions that were never voted in. it`s all corporate politics.

    • terryindorset June 8, 2013 at 10:39 pm

      REMEMBER – politics is designed for politicians not the mug voter. Don’t play the game. Stop them in their tracks by not voting.

      • hugosmum70 June 9, 2013 at 3:46 pm

        @terryindorset.and the rest advocating this silly idea of not voting… wouldnt you just love it if people did what your advocating. you would be sure of getting your beloved conservatives back in at the next election wouldnt you then.

        • terryindorset June 9, 2013 at 10:30 pm

          Idiot….I’m anti-establishment (or whatever you want to call it) & I’ve never voted Tory. I’ve voted Liberal in the past before realising it’s all a joke. I’d rather stick pins in my eyes than vote Tory!!!
          I don’t vote for any of the crooks on offer.

          • hugosmum70 June 10, 2013 at 11:18 am

            how dare you call me an idiot………i can only go by what your saying. i dont know you and you dont know me and frankly anyone who resorts to name calling in that way. i dont WANT to know. proves you have lost it SIR. if you will TALK as if you were a tory then you can expect people to THINK you are one.NUFF SAID.

            • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 11:47 am

              It is a democracy & if you don`t want to vote that`s your own choice.

              • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 12:02 pm

                When`s the General Strike gonna happen. Last one 1926.

              • hugosmum70 June 10, 2013 at 12:06 pm

                supposed to be a democracy. it seems its more of a mockery than anything.but i will definitely be voting. anti-establishment . whatever its called, is just another type of rebellion.

              • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 12:12 pm

                There are no rebelions in politics. The Blair government started fining people £1,000 if you was not on the voting register.

  • hugosmum70 June 9, 2013 at 12:46 am

    cant you just tell how many conservatives are on this site.calling anyone who dares to sound like labour foolish or telling them they are talking rubbish etc. and all the time rubbishing everything about labour.

    • terryindorset June 9, 2013 at 9:15 am

      T’was ever thus…….

      • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 9, 2013 at 4:06 pm

        Disability is not a political issue. It`s a Human Rights issue.

        • hugosmum70 June 9, 2013 at 6:59 pm

          well tell THAT to IDS,CAMERON,OSBOURNE, HUNT and SHAPPS. cos it seems they dont agree.

          • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 11:49 am

            I won`t bother telling that to them because they are all getting the sack & face criminal charges.

  • Mary Jackson June 9, 2013 at 11:24 am

    Laura,People will have to turn off the TV and stop watching BGT, Man United, or any of the other rubbish they put on TV to keep the people a sleep, for people power to have any effect, And I don’t see that happing anytime soon

    • terryindorset June 9, 2013 at 11:59 am

      TV & state education will certainly keep most of the masses brain dead….

  • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 9, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    Am I the only one who has not filled out their ESA bogus form let alone sent it back. Have not been cut off yet. Since it seems to be an unpresidented case.

    • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 9, 2013 at 12:29 pm

      I am a very bad cash cow. In fact I am not a cash cow at all.

    • terryindorset June 9, 2013 at 6:26 pm

      might even be an unprecedented case………

      • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 11:52 am

        That is what I am trying to find out, if anyone else has not sent back the ESA form & what happens next. I am ready.

    • terryindorset June 10, 2013 at 5:41 pm

      ESA bogus form ????

      • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 5:56 pm

        ESA form not fit for purpose. Why? many reasons,
        1. It has nothing about disability just a foot note = It`s an unemployment form that denies people being an unemployment figure.

        2. Integrity Department = A Private company trading on the stock exchange. They have stamped Integrity over the not yet filled out form in the questions bit not at the end. Any faults makes it not fit for purpose or the paper it`s written on.

        3. in fact ther are over 20 reasons why the ESA Form has nothing to do with the Disabled.

        I am on SDA & not on ESA my circumstances have not changed.

        • bobchewie June 10, 2013 at 6:29 pm

          @BLACK TRAINGLE AND EVERYONE !!!! I knew this was going to happen, just didnt know when, since claimant blogsites have become popular i knew before long that the govt and their lackeys would retalitiate with counter blogs..well here is just one….
          let me say first that pretty much all the ”facts ‘ can be shot down..with eg the the sheffiled hallam one of which i am familiar by now (its the 900,000 one) the author of this disreputable blog omits the fact that the people who were on incapacity were LEGITIMATELY placed there due to the severity of there conditions..i note he quotes them as the ‘hidden’ unemployed which is what sheffiled hallam says in the report but he just leaves out the part that they were on IB because of their illness NOT what he claims..



          • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 6:36 pm

            Give Thanks for that.

            • bobchewie June 10, 2013 at 7:08 pm

              @stepingrazorplate “Give Thanks for that.” not sure what you meant by that…

              • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 7:31 pm

                @bobchewie I meant the info you just gave. Thanks

              • bobchewie June 10, 2013 at 7:35 pm

                @stepping razor sound plate ok thanks best spread the word..you know i knew this was gonn happen..i wonder who is producing this crap?…..and all these ‘FACTS’ …as i say i can challenge at leats one of them as i know where he got it from…as i have same document….

  • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 1:03 pm

    Interview with head of Atos Healthcare (17 April 2013) Radio 4

    • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 1:16 pm

      Denail Factory on top form.

    • bobchewie June 10, 2013 at 7:13 pm

      the only mis information is from ATOS itself…

  • Landless Peasant June 10, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    Labour can get stuffed it that’s all they’re offering – more austerity, more persecution of people on Benefits, further attacks against our Social Security system. Labour have betrayed us. VOTE GREEN or RESPECT.

    • terryindorset June 10, 2013 at 5:45 pm

      Don’t vote for ANY of them…..there is no alternative.
      They want our votes so teach them a lesson & say No….

  • Stepping Razor Sound Plate June 10, 2013 at 7:54 pm

    Once ATOS & the DWP have found us not disabled & fit for work, they have taken away any Human Rights you might of had. We are not disabled so it is not breaking Disbility Human Rights because no one is disabled. Not only has democracy gone but all Human Rights Disabled Laws becuase we have no disability. To prove disability is to prove the Disability Human Rights Laws.

    • bobchewie June 10, 2013 at 8:05 pm

      @STEPPING RAZOR SOUND PLATE er can everyone be on the lookout for anymore of this propganda blogs??

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